\nWhisky is made from fermented grain and there are various types. It can be made with barley, barley malt, rye, malt rye, wheat, or corn. .
If the grain mix is more… than 51% corn, is aged in new charred oak barrels and is bottled at 80 proof (40% ABV), it's Bourbon. . ( Full Answer )
The moderate consumption of whiskey (as well as beer, wine and other distilled spirits) is associated with better health and greater longevity than is either abstaining from a…lcohol or abusing it. ( Full Answer )
Whisky is basically distilled mash. Usually it is made from corn, but can be wheat, barley, rye and even rice if desired. .
Oh, and then it's usually aged in wooden barrels …to give it a mellow wonderful flavor. ( Full Answer )
well i like my whiskey with a bit of smoke so i take some jeans over a fire and boil them in my blend to give it a crisp, smokey flavor. and adding my own feces to it gives it… a personal, nutty touch. have fun with your own recipes and good luck! ( Full Answer )
Whiskey is a shortened form of usquebaugh , which English borrowed from Gaelic. Between 1100 and 1300, distillation spread from Ireland to Scotland,  with monastic distil…leries existing in Ireland in the 12th century. Since the islands had few grapes with which to make wine, barley beer was used instead, resulting in the development of whisky.  In 1494, as noted above, Scotland's Exchequer granted the malt to Friar John Cor; this was enough malt to make about 1500 bottles, so the business was apparently thriving by that time. SCOTTISH OR IRISH ( Full Answer )
All alcohol is distilled, it is the process in which it is made. The ingredients are put into a pot or column still and heated, turning the liquid into vapour, alcohol has a l…ower boiling point, as the liquid is heated the alcohol turns into a vapor and is separated from the water. The more you distill the alcohol the purer the product you get. ( Full Answer )